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‘Gerald’s Game’ Has Easter Eggs From ‘Oculus’ and the Stephen King Universe
‘Gerald’s Game’ Has Easter Eggs From ‘Oculus’ and the Stephen King Universe
It’s been a few days since Gerald’s Game hit Netflix, and if you’re reading this, that means you managed to avoid sustaining a severe injury from all the squirming and cringing you did during That Scene. Congrats! However, said squirming may have distracted you from a few interesting Easter eggs in Mike Flanagan’s surprisingly effective adaptation of Stephen King’s most seemingly unfilmable novel. Not only did Flanagan manage to sneak in a couple of references for hardcore King fans, but he also tossed in a couple from his own tales of terror.
Warner Bros. Sets 2017 Release Dates for Stephen King’s ‘It’ and ‘CHiPs’
Warner Bros. Sets 2017 Release Dates for Stephen King’s ‘It’ and ‘CHiPs’
Warner Bros. has announced release dates for two of their upcoming adaptations / reboots, adding both films — along with an untitled mystery project — to their 2017 slate. First up is CHiPs, Dax Shepard’s new action-comedy based on the classic ’80s TV series, starring Shepard and Michael Peña in the leading roles. Next is It, the long-developing and slightly-delayed adaptation of Stephen King’s beloved horror novel, which became the subject of some minor controversy following director Cary Fukunaga’s departure.
Stephen Colbert Sets Scarlett Johansson, Amy Schumer and More for First ‘Late Show’ Week
Stephen Colbert Sets Scarlett Johansson, Amy Schumer and More for First ‘Late Show’ Week
We’re closer than ever to Stephen Colbert’s Late Show debut on September 8, and while George Clooney’s guest appearance gave a marquee head start, the full guest list for Colbert’s full week offers a much clearer view of the new series. Everyone from Jeb Bush to Elon Musk and Amy Schumer will fill out the ranks, with musical guests on deck as well.
Stephen King Novels Summarized in Twitter-length Descriptions
Stephen King Novels Summarized in Twitter-length Descriptions
My dad is a huge Stephen King fan and as I was growing up there almost always was a King novel on the end table near his recliner. I tried a few times to read a couple titles, but found I liked the movies based on his books a little better. I've seen "Christine," "Misery," and even "Firestarter" more times than I can count...